10) Don't put business before fun and camaraderie — The faster you talk about business, the quicker you might be tuned out. Let your prospect or playing partner address business first. 9) Don't just show up — Plan ahead if you're entertaining people on the course. Make sure that the pro shop has the right sleeve of balls for the handicap of the player; for example, good players don't play Pinnacles, but new players do. And make sure that the names are marked clearly on the carts. Know ...

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